Save Me


Save Me

Save Me may refer to:

Music

ongs

* "Save Me" (Baboon single), a 1993 rock song by Baboon
* "Save Me" (Big Country song), a 1990 rock song by Big Country
* "Save Me" (Damageplan song), a 2004 metal song by Damageplan from "New Found Power"
* "Save Me" (Embrace song), a 2000 alternative song by Embrace
* "Save Me" (Fleetwood Mac song), a 1990 rock song by Fleetwood Mac from "Behind the Mask"
* "Save Me" (Hanson song), a 2000 rock song by Hanson from "This Time Around"
* "Save Me" (Aimee Mann song), a 1999 rock song by Aimee Mann
* "Save Me" (Dave Matthews song), a 2003 rock song by Dave Matthews
* "Save Me" (Queen song), a 1979 power ballad by Queen
* "Save Me" (Clodagh Rodgers song), a 1977 song by Clodagh Rodgers, notably covered by Louise Mandrell and Clout
* "Save Me" (Royal Bliss song), a 2008 rock song by Royal Bliss from "Life In-Between"
* "Save Me" (Shinedown song), a 2005 modern rock song by Shinedown
* "Save Me" (Silver Convention song), a 1975 pop/disco song by Silver Convention
* "Save Me" (Darren Styles song), a 2006 dance song by Darren Styles
* "Save Me" (The Tea Party song), a 1993 rock song by The Tea Party
* Save Me (Wake Up Call), a song by Unwritten Law from "Here's to the Mourning"
* "Save Me" (Remy Zero song), a 2002 rock song by Remy Zero
* "Namida no Niji/SAVE ME", a 2007 J-pop song by Aya Ueto
* "Sálvame" (Spanish version) and "Save Me" (English version), 2004 Latin pop songs by RBD

Albums

* "Save Me" (Pat McGee Band album), a 2004 rock album by Pat McGee Band
* "Save Me" (Clodagh Rodgers album), a 1997 album by Clodagh Rodgers

Film and television

* "Save Me" ("Grey's Anatomy"), an episode of "Grey's Anatomy"
* "Save Me" (1993 film), a film starring Olivia Hussey
* "Save Me" (2007 film), a film starring Chad Allen

ee also

* Rette Mich (disambiguation)


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